Just recently, it was reported that one of the top female rappers from the American music industry had shown her interest in investing in Bitcoin (BTC). Megan Thee Stallion, who is currently ruling the billboards for her best rap songs, recently announced that she is very fond of BTC.
It has now been confirmed that Megan Thee Stallion has recently teamed up with a crypto-payment solution provider known as ‘Cash App’. The Cash App is a payments application that is Bitcoin-friendly and is backed by Square, which is a financial services company based in the United States.
It has been revealed that the first phase towards Stallion’s and Cash App’s collaboration is the giveaway that was just announced by Megan on December 17, 2020. In the announcement, Megan revealed to her followers that she will be doing a Bitcoin (BTC) giveaway worth a total of $1 million.
The announcement was made by Megan through the Twitter platform and it made her followers very excited. The best thing about the announcement was the feedback and reception that the tweet received from the followers.
As per Twitter sources, the particular announcement was re-Tweeted 8,800 times and the likes it received were more than 60,000. In the announcement, Megan asked her fans/followers to post ‘#BITCOINMEG’ that would automatically enlist them into the Bitcoin (BTC) giveaway.
However, the post made by Megan does not make it clear as to how much Bitcoin(s) (BTC) each person will receive. The announcement read that Megan will be giving away $1 million Bitcoin (BTC) to as many of her followers as possible.
After the announcement was made, many followers start tweeting about the giveaway and shared screenshots. Each screenshot shown by the followers showed that they had received 50,000 Satoshi from Megan through the Cash App. At the time of publishing, 50,000 Satoshi translate to $11.40.
While there were some lucky followers who managed to post the right screenshots in the first attempt, there were many who were not so fortunate. Right after Megan’s giveaway announcement, many followers to be the first to reply to Megan’s post went crazy.
Before it could be controlled, Megan’s Twitter account was filled with replies containing random images. Some of the most prominent pictures were of someone’s ultrasound pictures of their unborn baby, hard-luck stories, link to college application forms, and Christmas pictures.
There was one fan, however, who took things really far and became a laughing case for the rest of the followers. The user claimed that he thought he was going to get $50,000 from the giveaway and he ended up ordering a Tesla for himself. The user was later found asking for advice on how to get the order canceled from Tesla.